Alderney Wildlife has possibly the smallest of all readerships of any Wildlife Trust magazine.
Yet this has never been a limitation - not ever, since the first office compiled copy came off the printer back in 2002, has the size of its readership limited the ambitions of its authors. Over the past 35 issues, since the Alderney Wildlife Trust (AWT) was founded, Alderney Wildlife has continued to grow and develop into the vibrant journal that it is today.
Back issues are available to download from the links below.
Whilst Alderney Wildlife is very much an Alderney affair, it is dependent on the skills of those who live further afield, not only for content but also for its design and editorship.
In 2010 (issue 29), Amy-Louise Richards took over the design and arrangement of the magazine from her home in Birmingham, and has continued to prove that limited resources are not a restriction to good design.
Ben Moxey will become the first off-island Editor of Alderney Wildlife upon the publication of its 36th issue in the Autumn/Winter of 2013.
Anyone interested in contributing to any part of the AWT's publications is always very welcome.
Please contact Roland directly:
t: +44(0)1481 822935
or call into the AWT office at 51 Victoria Street, Alderney.
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